How to deploy and manage cloud-first applications and APIs in AWS

Presented by

Bob Laliberte, Practice Director and Senior Analyst, ESG | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS

About this talk

Customers, employees, and partners rely on your applications and data for real-time updates, new business insights and competitive advantage, but push the limits of on-premise environments. You can accelerate workload migration using a hybrid architecture with AWS. AWS partner solutions can help you secure application traffic, manage application performance, and maintain application visibility. In this training-based webinar, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) will deliver practical guidance to help you seamlessly deploy and manage your applications and APIs. On-Demand attendees will learn how to: - Identify common application performance issues such as availability, reliability, and security - Utilize modern, cloud-first Application Delivery and Security Services, AWS best practices and design principles - Choose the most suitable tools for fast, secure, and reliable application delivery - Leverage partner solutions in AWS Marketplace such as NGINX to simplify application deployment while delivering performance, reliability, security and scale Who Should Attend? IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, cloud developers, solutions architects, security and compliance engineers. Speakers Bob Laliberte, Practice Director and Senior Analyst, ESG Bob focuses on existing and emerging network and management technologies, software, and services utilized by enterprises and service providers. Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS Chris Chapman is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and Control Tower.

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